Simpleology iPhone app
New Simpleology iPhone App released today!
Cherish flieder commented
If this is "completed" why can't we find it in the app store? Please post the link.
wendy wilcox commented
was this app ever released? I cannot locate it.
Paul Cater commented
One more vote for iPad version
Brad Cooper commented
one more vote for iphone app. first thing I do every morning is turn on my iphone and check the calendar. i should also be able to turn on the iphone and take 15 min to do the praxes. . . a lot easier than booting up the computer. . .
Saz Bailey commented
This is needed urgently. It's always been an issue but I haven't actually used my account for a few weeks because I've been mobile. I reverted to Remember the Milk who have an iPhone app for pro users and I was just about to cancel my membership here found this thread. It's a critical decision maker for me. When is the app due?
Karen Gardner commented
I am going to cancel my constructzero subscription soon if an ios or android app isn't produced... I'd rather find another goal setting, productivity tool that has the consumer technology apps to use.... what are you spending all the money you receive on if you aren't keeping up with the latest technologies and the needs of your fans!!!
Denise Fowler commented
Any news on when this will be live?
Bryan Wampler commented
How can this not be available on a paid service?
Alinsson Mullins commented
I have been waiting for the feature for months!!!!!!!!
Bob Schimmel commented
Terrific ... ! ... look forward to it!
Seth Karafin commented
Is there an estimated launch date?
Lewis Boyles-White commented
Ah thats great that it's planned. As said below I would prefer this for iPad though... Would be great to do this on the move or before you even to to work.
Tresha Dunlap commented
A iPad app would be great I would not have to connect to the internet every time I wanted to log in.
David Wakerley commented
Yep!!!! This is probably the one thing holding me back from committing to use this everyday. Bring on the app!
Lenard Zilkowsky commented
Mark. For what it is worth I think that a mobile app (Specifically iPhone and iPad) is a must have in today's world. I for one just logged back into my account for the first time in over a year and already I see that the online version of the system is not an efficient model for me. I am a sales manager that also does new business development for my company. I am always away from the office and I have thoughts, dreams..... all day long. I find that I now use my iPad to make notes all day long, and more specifically, ToodleDo. If you developed an app for the iPad that could be scaled down for the iPhone that could be used offline and then connect through wifi or 3G when available to sync it would be fantastic. Integrating some sort of sync tool within the app for ToodleDo would be even better.
If that is not an option then implementing the ability to export the daily targets (Tasks) to Outlook would provide me a workaround. This way I could Brain Dump and go through my daily Start My Day routine online in the office, export all scheduled and daily tasks to Outlook which in turn would sync with ToodleDo through my online account and also sync with my iPad.
Vidar Akse commented
I'd like the option to do the daily target praxis offline (actually also for the "normal" version. Especially when traveling in other countries using internet on the phone is extremely expensive (let alone slow at many destinations).
*Having the whole system offline would be the best, and having the option to manually sync.
Steven Ledbetter commented
Please don't think ONLY of iPhone users...Make a Simpleology ap for mobile phones cross-platform for RIM or Android users too!
>The challenge is that it creates so many steps for people (open
>browser, navigate to site, log in, navigate, etc ...) that few people will
>end up using it.
You can create a very simple app that just basically logs you into your Web-based mobile cockpit. So you would be there with just one click.
You can use the Gmail app in the iPhone as an example.
I don't understand how you haven't seen the huge potential of a native iPhone app. There are millions of people logging into the AppStore eager to download great "free" apps. The AppStore could give you access to millions of possible future "Simpleologists".
And..... having your targets on the go, in you handheld device would be bliss.
Paul Campbell commented
Meant to say - regardless of using a "code once" tool to cover all platforms, I would like to see an iPad version. This device is clearly on the rise and about to go even higher with iPad2 out this month. (Has convinced me to buy my own device at last - previously I used a shared one). I also have a strong sense that iPad3 may be a bigger game-changer and likely a price-slash to bring it into hands of the masses.
So, let's get ready for that eagre-to-buy audience out there and double and triple the number of Simpleology members?